Ilya Lomakin, the ex-chef of Pushkin Restaurant, is responsible for cooking in this neat new pub with cast-iron staircases and vinyl records discovered in London flea markets. It means that the food here will be really delicious. He cooks veal ribs in his own sauce recipe, roasts sea bass in seaweed, smartly combines chicken pâté with persimmon, and makes a burger on a bun which he baked himself. Each dish would match a particular sort of beer (the menu offers, apart from other things – a number of Russian craft beers), so it is worth inquiring before making an order about the right beer to match a dish.
If you come with a big company, you should not wait for a tray with beers – ask a hostess to accommodate you at the big brewery tables and counters.
- Ulitsa Myasnitskaya, 15
- st. Chistye Prudy, Turgenevskaya
- 1,500 rub.
- 7 (495) 636 28 18